The Department of Cyber Intelligence and Security aims to prepare students for the future, well-prepared for early success in public sector, private sector, and higher education. The department offers both a bachelor's and a master's degree in Cyber Intelligence and Security to prepare students for productive careers and leadership roles in service around the world. Both degree programs are SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools) accredited and have been approved by the Arizona Board of Education.

The department’s mission is to educate students to meet the evolving challenges faced by corporate and public organizations to detect, identify, assess, mitigate, respond, and recover from cyber threats and improve their cyber security posture. Our graduates will demonstrate strong analytical, design, and implementation skills required to formulate and solve complex cyber security problems in a professional or research environment and demonstrate effective communication, collaboration, and continuous learning as ethically and socially responsible cyber security professionals.

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Submissions from 2018


Enabling Technologies for Post Market Surveillance of Medical Devices: Is Blockchain, SDN or a Legacy Network Best for Post-Market Surveillance of Medical Devices?, Junaid Chaudhry, Ali Kashif Bashir, Ahmed Hassan, Jon Haass, and Guanglou Zheng

Submissions from 2016


Aviation and Cybersecurity: Opportunities for Applied Research, Jon Haass, Radhakrishna Sampigethaya, and Vincent Capezzuto

Submissions from 2015


ACTRA - A Case Study for Threat Information Sharing, Jon C. Haass, Gail-Joon Ahn, and Frank Grimmelmann

Submissions from 2014


A Realist Ethnography of Nuclear Security Officer Culture, Douglas J. Evans